Mark Allen is a lawyer with over 35 years’ experience. Since 1998 Mark has focussed on servicing the needs of companies in the development and commercialisation of their intellectual assets. Specifically, he provides advice on the application of corporate, commercial and intellectual property laws to entrepreneurial activity. Mark worked in Australia and on cross border transactions in a number of jurisdictions, most recently Russia.
Mark has a passion for working with entrepreneurs, especially those bringing disruptive technologies and business models to market. As a founder of Legal Automation (a business that develops legal technology solutions) he has a unique understanding of the issues that affect the growth of a business.
Mark brings a blend of astute legal advice with a deep understanding of the commercial drivers for transactions that underpin the growth of the value of a company.
Mark has experience in the following areas:
Commercial, Commercial (general), Corporate, Corporate (general), Corporate and group structuring, Due diligence, Intellectual property (general), Intellectual property and technology, Joint ventures, M&A deals (mid-market), M&A deals (small / domestic), Partnerships, Private equity, reorganisations and rationalisations
Mark has previously helped clients in the following industries: